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30Mar

Sunshine Tariff – Findings from the Trial

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The findings of the Sunshine Tariff trial provide an insight into the scale of flexibility that might be available from domestic demand side response and where it might provide value in the system. The trial looked to understand how different customers engage with a cheaper daytime tariff and how active they become in changing their […]
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28Jan

Energy sector faces struggle to find the female engineers of the future

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Sara Bell, founder of technology company Tempus Energy, says while it is still vital to encourage girls to study STEM subjects – science, technology, engineering and mathematics – the industry has to look at how it presents itself. “I used to work in financial markets, which is a pretty testosterone-fuelled environment. The energy sector makes […]
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25Nov

New Scientist: Gˆmechangers

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The energy revolution is here. A record £15.2bn was invested in UK clean energy in 2015. Tempus contributes towards unlocking the full potential of smart grids.
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17Jun

ECCC Low Carbon Innovation Report quotes Tempus extensively

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Tempus submitted a written response to the ECCC’s inquiry into low carbon networks and following that was one of the few companies selected to give evidence at the oral hearing. Sara Bell represented Tempus at the oral hearing. The ECCC subsequently published a report based on the written and oral evidence from stakeholders as well […]
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25May

The Ashden Blog: Can energy really be smart?

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By Simon Brammer, UK Programme Manager, Ashden Awards – Just like the way we watch TV is changing, the energy system that powers our kettles and TVs is also going through a massive transformation. Some of our 2016 finalists are at the very forefront of that transformation. To Read More Click Here
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